Took the long test (this testing is pretty fun!)
Here are the results:
Federal vs. Unitary -- Neutral; 55% to 45%
Democracy vs. Authority -- Democratic; 74% to 26%
Globalist vs. Isolationist -- Globalist; 75% to 25%
Militarist vs. Pacifist -- Moderate Pacifist; 37% to 63%
Security vs. Freedom -- Moderate Freedom; 33% to 67%
Equality vs. Markets -- Extreme Equality; 80% to 20%
Secular vs. Religious -- Moderate Secular; 63% to 37%
Progress vs. Tradition -- Moderate Progressive; 60% to 40%
Assimilationist vs. Multiculturalist -- Multiculturalist; 26% to 74%
What I found interesting is how Progress v. Tradition came out as "Moderate Progressive"; these political tests generally put me much further left than that. I think it's because this test was rather thorough and separated views on equality (where I am recorded as Extreme), from issues surrounding immigration, religion and technology -- and other things that often get lumped in together.
Ooh, another test!
Equality vs. Markets -- Socialist (78% Equality)
Nation vs. World -- Internationalist (78.7% World)
Liberty vs. Authority -- Libertarian (77.3% Liberty)
Tradition vs. Progress -- Very Progressive (79.1% Progress)
Ah... Fewer categories and I'm being called "Very Progressive" again.
It's like being in NSG :p
Congratulations on the good news about your degree! There'll always be a sunny spot for you in Forest, should you choose to return.